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SEMO University Police Officer Arrested
A former police officer at Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau had to give up his badge after being arrested back in 2022 for three felonies. 37-year-old John Reyna worked for SEMO campus police for more than four years until he was arrested for child molestation in Perry County. When Reyna gave up his badge, the stipulation was that Reyna can never again serve as a police officer in Missouri again. Reyna is being held in the Perry County jail in Perryville. He has a preliminary hearing set for March 10th.
A women is in custody after a man was hit by a vehicle in Cape Girardeau
Cape Girardeau, Mo. (KBSI) – A women is in custody involving an incident that left a man in critical condition. On November 25, 2023, officers with the Cape Girardeau Police Department responded to a call of a man lying on the ground unresponsive at the Eagles. Officers and medical...
Epicurean Adventure: The 3 Cape Girardeau Burgers You Need to Try
In this article, we're exploring three must-try burgers in Cape Girardeau. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of them yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Man accused of trying to break into Cape Girardeau home
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - A man is accused of trying to break into a home. Clayton Anderson, 34, of Cape Girardeau, was charged through the Cape Girardeau County Prosecutor’s Office with misdemeanor second-degree property damage and second-degree trespass. He was booked on a $2,500 cash-only bond. According to...
Man in critical condition after incident in Cape Girardeau
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KBSI)- On Saturday, November 25, 2023, at about 7:00p.m. officers with the Cape Girardeau Police Department responded to the 300-Block of N. Spring for a report of a man lying on the ground. Officers arrived with medical personnel and began treating the male for injuries. The male...
‘It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas in Sikeston:’ light display returns for fourth year
SIKESTON, Mo. (KFVS) - A Sikeston tradition returns once again to shine a light on dark winter nights. Light Up Sikeston with the Hope of Jesus is happening each night all December long on North Ingram Road, after a lighting ceremony the night of November 25. The self-guided drive-through tour...
Chaffee’s McKinnie signs with Jefferson College
On Wednesday Chaffee’s three-sport athlete Levi McKinnie signed with Jefferson College to continue his academic and baseball career. McKinnie helped the Red Devils to a third-place finish in the Class 2 state tournament in 2023. Chaffee head coach Aaron Horrell said McKinnie is a “coach’s dream” because not only...
‘United We Work’ program hopes to remove transportation barriers for Cape Girardeau employees
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - It can be hard to get a job if you don’t have a car, and it’s hard to buy a car if you don’t have a job. There’s a new program in Cape Girardeau aiming to steer people around those barriers.
Mystery dog respiratory illness on the rise; Heartland veterinarian offers advice
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - Make sure your pets are vaccinated. That’s the advice of Heartland veterinarian, Dr. Ann Seabaugh, as we learn more about a respiratory illness spreading across several states. Seabaugh tells us they know the virus causes symptoms similar to kennel cough, but right now they...
Miller City, IL: A Tranquil Ghost Town with a Rich Legacy
Nestled in the embrace of Alexander County, the unincorporated community of Miller City, IL, is a modern ghost town that defies the typical connotations of abandonment with its serene and tranquil atmosphere. Established in 1911 and resonating with the legacy of its founding families, Miller City is perched by the alluring southwest corner of Horseshoe Lake, providing a tranquil escape for those seeking the peace of early 20th-century rural America. Despite a population that barely reached 15 in 2013, this unique gem remains steadfast in its commitment to education and preserving its historic roots, making it an inviting destination for history enthusiasts and nature lovers alike.
Sportsline Player of the Week: Dutchtown LB/QB Carter Hanberry
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - This week’s Sportsline Player of the Week is a two-way star. Carter Hanberry has been making plays on both sides of the ball for Dutchtown all season. His versatile skillset was on full display last Friday in the Griffins 21-20 thrilling win against Central...
United Way of Southeast Missouri seeks community input on possible emergency homeless shelter
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - With temperatures plunging Tuesday night and the official start of winter right around the corner, organizations like the United Way of Southeast Missouri are scrambling to find overnight shelter for the homeless. Now the group is hoping you might have an idea that can help.
City Council Updates: New Floodplain Regulations, Election Details, and Upcoming Public Auction
The City Council made several key decisions in its meeting on November 27, 2023. They approved amendments to the Floodplain Regulations to align with the State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA). These are the first amendments since 2009, updating the language and clarifying the regulations.
Defense the difference in Chaffee’s win over Greenville
The Chaffee Red Devils’ speed and athleticism spearheaded a 45-27 win over the Greenville Bears on Tuesday at Chaffee High School. From the opening tip the Red Devils were forcing turnovers but they weren’t able to turn those turnovers into points. “We have a deep team this year...
Weekly Safety Report: Fatal Motorcycle Crash and Murder Plea in Scott County, Missouri
This week in Scott County, Missouri, there were two notable incidents. Firstly, a 51-year-old man named Douglas B. Murakami was involved in a fatal motorcycle crash on Route A. The crash occurred when Murakami's motorcycle veered off the left side of the road, striking a tree and a parked vehicle. Despite being flown to a nearby hospital, Murakami succumbed to his injuries. Secondly, a murder suspect in Sikeston pleaded not guilty. Further details regarding this incident were not provided.
First Alert: Tracking rain tomorrow night into Fri.
(KFVS) - High clouds are increasing tonight ahead of our next storm system. For this evening, Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says we will see high clouds from time to time and warmer temperatures. Readings this evening will fall into the 40s. Lows by morning will be in the upper 30s...
19 deer harvested so far in Cape Girardeau’s managed deer hunt
CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) - Nineteen deer have been harvested so far during Cape Girardeau’s managed deer hunt. According to Officer Ty Metzger with the Cape Girardeau Police Department, 16 does and three bucks have been harvested by the end of the third period. There are two periods left....
Summit League Basketball Predictions, Odds & Best Bets - November 30
See odds, stats and predictions for all of the day’s Summit League men’s college basketball games.
SEMO hoops seeking to be more offensive with its play
To win a college basketball game, a team certainly has to play well defensively in order to keep its opponent from outscoring them. However, if you can’t score the ball yourself, then it really puts pressure on a team to have to play close to near-perfect basketball at the defensive end of the court in order to prevail.
Kelly wins; SCC loses in opening round of Oran Tournament
ORAN, Mo. — Despite a slow start that tested its mettle, Kelly defeated Westwood Baptist in the opening round of the 68th Annual Oran Invitational on Monday, Nov. 27. The top-seeded Hawks’ (1-0) balanced offensive attack proved to be the key to unlocking the 58-42 victory, as four players reached double figures scoring to propel them past the eighth-seeded Eagles (0-2).